A CPO-funded study analyzed cloudiness and rainfall changes associated with the Madden-Julian Oscillation, which is known to influence weather in the United States.
A CPO-funded study published on Nature Climate Change demonstrates how understanding natural climate variability can improve predictions of sea-ice coverage at short and long term scales.
A CPO-funded study shows biogeochemical floats can be used to improve measurements of sea-air CO2 exchanges, which are essential for future improvements in climate modeling and projections.
This study evaluated models that skillfully simulated the Madden-Julian Oscillation, which is associated with extreme events in the United States.
As underwater gliders are increasingly used in oceanography research, glider-based acoustic Doppler current profilers are expected to become more common.
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